They're gonna try in sooner or later. Why not now?
"Cheaper" must have a different meaning in this part of town.
Is it wrong to say that this is the dyslexic grocery store?
Even at a buck off, we're still not calling these apples.
No wonder the food never reaches its expiration date.
We don't even want to know.
Hey, no need for name calling.
We love what Shakespeare did with the Coca-Cola ingredient label.
And just like that, a new adjective was born.
For all you dieters... nothing to see on the right-side of the aisle.
Worst. Deal. Ever.
Now that's our kind of store!
So do you pay extra for the mold... or less?
Teach 'em the basics.
Thanks, Sherlock. Boy, we'll never see that mistake again!
On second thought.
Reminds us of our time in prison.
Someone's not grasping the concept of "save."
Somewhere Gallagher is saying, "That's too much!!!"
Isn't there supposed to be separation of Church and Steak?
Breakfast of champions.
Who says carrots have to be orange?
Must be some fancy French deal.
Parents everywhere nod in approval.
The lower intestines are devine.
At those prices, we'll wipe out the disease in no time!
That's about the strangest combo meal we've ever seen.
It's the Cracker Jack of lettuce.
Don't worry... the food has just been emotionally abused, not physically.
You know, they're all kind of interrelated.
Here's a secret, the babies are uglier at the nursery around the corner.
Awww... look at the cute little ham wearing the yarmulke.
We'd rather pay double the price and get one free.
You should also try their Miant Geatballs.
There's your Christmas surprise.
It's amazing what plastic surgeons can do these days.
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